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squirrelboutique wrote:why didn't anyone ever tell me that the best way to eat a kiwi fruit was with a spoon?
diamond gala wrote:i had the very same problem with avocados
I remember trying to peel both kiwi's and avocado's. It seems so obvious once you know it, right? It opens up new options too, like eating kiwi at work (which I now do almost every day).
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i've eaten a lot of exotic fruits in my life but i have turned down kiwi at every opportunity for some reason.
i ate some overripe papaya once when i was a kid and i couldn't keep it down. one day i will revisit papayas.
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I overzealously bought six kiwi yesterday. They were stupidly cheap and have a photo of someone eating them with a spoon on the box. They're a cause of mild stress now. I figure I need to eat at least one a day to finish them before they go bad. I had none today, and I have already scheduled a pear and some dates into tomorrow's fruit eating. A kiwi, even with a spoon, is just too inconvenient for me on Mondays (and Wednesdays, for that matter). I may have to have double kiwi on Tuesday.
It's good to see that my Sunday night is just as exciting as Saturday was.
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